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When you resolve a M-M you simply re-draw the relationships between the tw o original entities, no new entities are created. True or False? Mar for Revie w (1) Points True False (*)

2. Intersection Entities are at the Master end in the relationships between i t and the original entities. So the original entities are details or children of the newly created intersection entity. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) 3. Intersection Entities often have the relationships participating in the UI D, so the relationships are often barred. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True (*) False

4. If two entities have two relationships between them, these relationships c an be either _____________ or _____________ ? Mar for Review (1) Points Redundant or Required (*)

5. What uncommon relationship is described by the statements: "Each DNA SAMPL E may be ta en from one and only one PERSON and each PERSON may provide one and only one DNA SAMPLE" Mar for Review (1) Points One to One Optional (*) 6. Many to many relationships must be left in the Model. It is important to h ave them documented as M-M. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*)

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True (*) False Correct 8. If a relationship can NOT be moved between instances of the entities it co nnects, it is said to be: Mar for Review (1) Points Non-Transferrable (*) Section 2 (Answer all questions in this section)

Foreign Key (*)

10. Which of the following are examples of ENTITY: Instance. (Choose Two) Ma r for Review (1) Points

(Choose all correct answers) TRANSPORTATION METHOD: Car (*) ANIMAL: Dog (*) Section 2 (Answer all questions in this section) 11. The entity/relationship model is created before the physical database des ign model? True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True (*) False Correct

9. In a physical data model, a relationship is represented as a? Mar view (1) Points

7. Relationships can be Redundant. True or False? Mar (1) Points

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12. Which of the following entities most li ely contains valid attributes? (C hoose two) Mar for Review (1) Points (Choose all correct answers) Entity: Home. Attributes: Number of Bedrooms, Owner, Address, Date Built (*) Entity: Pet. Attributes: Name, Birthdate, Owner (*) 13. Which of the following statements about relationships are true? (Choose Two ) Mar for Review (1) Points (Choose all correct answers) They become foreign eys in the database. (*) They can be either mandatory or optional. (*) 14. Entity Relationship modeling is dependent on the hardware or software use d for implementation, so you will need to change your ERD if you decide to chang e Hardware Vendor. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Correct 15. The Physical Model is derived from the Conceptual Model. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points

True (*) False Section 10 (Answer all questions in this section) 16. All datamodels must be transformed from specific to generic. True or Fals e? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) 17. Generic models are generally far more complex than a specific model. True

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18. Which of the following statements are true for ERD's to enhance their rea dability. (Choose Two) Mar for Review (1) Points (Choose all correct answers) Is is OK to brea a big ERD down into subsets of the overall picture. This w ay you end up with more than one ERD, that together documents the entire system. (*) Try to avoid crossing lines (*)

19. There are formal rules for how to draw ERD's, even though they are only g uidelines, you should always try to follow them. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True (*) False

Section 4 (Answer all questions in this section) 20. How would you model a business rule that states that girls and boys may n ot attend classes together? Mar for Review (1) Points Use two subtypes with relationships from class to student gender (*)

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Name them in Singular (*) Include Attributes (*)

21. When creating entities you must follow these rules: (Choose Two) Mar r Review (1) Points

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22. You can only create relationships to a Supertype, not to a Subtype. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*)

True False (*) Correct 24. All instances of a subtype may be an instance of the supertype but does n ot have to. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*)

Section 9 (Answer all questions in this section) 25. You are doing a data model for a computer sales company, where the price of postage is dependent on what day of the wee goods are shipped. So shipping i s more expensive if the customer wants a delivery to ta e place on a Saturday or Sunday. What would be the best way to model this? Mar for Review (1) Points Use a Delivery Day entity, which holds prices against wee days, and ensure the we also have an attribute for the Requested Delivery Day in the Order Entity . (*) 26. All systems must include functionality to provide logging or journaling i n conceptual data models. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Incorrect. Refer to Section 9 Lesson 2. 27. What do users of a system without the concept of time loose? Mar for Re

23. A supertype can only have two subtypes and no more. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points

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28. If a system includes the concept of time and it stores Start Dates, then End Dates becomes Mandatory. For each Start Date attribute you create, you MUST create an End Date attribute and it must be mandatory. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Incorrect. Refer to Section 9 Lesson 1. 29. Which of the following would be a logical constraint when modeling time f or a City entity? Mar for Review (1) Points Cites may change their name and/or which country they are placed in, if the bo rders of a country change. (*) Section 6 (Answer all questions in this section) 30. A unique identifier must be made up of more than one attribute. True or F alse? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*)

Section 6 (Answer all questions in this section) 31. There is no limit to how may UID's an entity can have. True or False? Ma r for Review (1) Points

True (*) False Incorrect. Refer to Section 6 Lesson 1. 32. Normalizing an Entity to 1st Normal Form is done by removing repeated or

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data over time. (*)

True (*) False Correct 33. When data is only stored in one place in a database, the database conform s to the rules of ___________. Mar for Review (1) Points Normalization (*) 34. No commercial database systems in the world will accept tables that are n ot on 3rd Normal Form. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Incorrect. Refer to Section 6 Lesson 4.

When all non-UID attributes are dependent upon the entire UID. (*)

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Section 3 (Answer all questions in this section) 37. Relationships represents something of significance to the business. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True (*) False 38. In a business that sells pet food choose the best relationship name betwe en FOOD TYPE and ANIMAL (e.g. dog, horse or cat). (Choose Two) Mar for Review (1) Points

36. Any Non-UID must be dependant on the entire UID. True or False? Mar Review (1) Points

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(Choose all correct answers) Each FOOD TYPE must be suitable for one or more ANIMALs. (*) Each FOOD TYPE may be given to one or more ANIMALs. (*) 39. When reading an ERD including Relationships you are said to be spea ing: Mar for Review (1) Points ERDish (*) 40. Matrix Diagrams are developed BEFORE the ERD. True or False? Mar for Re view (1) Points True False (*)

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Crows Foot (*) Section 7 (Answer all questions in this section) 42. A particular problem may be solved using either a Recursive Relationship or a Hierarchy, though not at the same time. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True (*) False Correct 43. A recursive relationship must Mandatory at both ends. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Correct

41. The many end of a Relationship is called: Mar (1) Points

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True False (*) Correct 45. Which of the following scenarios should be modeled so that historical dat a is ept? (Choose two) Mar for Review (1) Points CUSTOMER and PAYMENTS (*) CUSTOMER and ORDERS (*) 46. Which of the following would best be represented by an arc? Mar for Rev iew (1) Points

DELIVERY ADDRESS (Home, Office) (*) 47. No parts of an UID are mandatory. True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Correct

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49. Arcs are Mandatory in Data modeling. All ERD's must have at least one Arc . True or False? Mar for Review (1) Points True False (*) Correct

48. Which of the following is NOT a relationship type? Mar (1) Points

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50. Arcs are used to visually represent _________ between two or more relatio nships in an ERD. Mar for Review (1) Points Exclusivity (*)